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Miley Cyrus smacks lips for MAC

Published 31/07/2015

Miley Cyrus
Miley Cyrus

Miley Cyrus has unveiled her new makeup product, which was created for beauty giant MAC’s AIDS Fund.

The 22-year-old partnered with the cosmetics giant on a fresh shade of rich rouge for the Viva Glam line, a series of lipsticks whose proceeds go to the benefit of people suffering from the effects of HIV and AIDS disease.

Miley made the big reveal on her Instagram account Thursday, imploring fans to contribute to the cause by purchasing the makeup product.

“Help to end AIDS with my new @MACcosmetics #VIVAGLAM lipstick,” she wrote in a caption attached a photo of her sporting the red hue.

The campaign image sees Miley donning long locks, polka dot boy cut jean shorts and an off-the-shoulder floral top.

The star hasn’t had a long hairstyle since her days on Disney programme Hannah Montana.

North American fans can buy Miley’s new Viva Glam MAC lipstick shade starting September 8.

As a MAC brand ambassador, Miley has already released a lip product through the company.

One of the star's offerings is a shimmery pink lipgloss, which Miley created with her 15-year-old sister Noah in mind.

"I don't wear a lot of make-up, but I do love lipstick. It's fun, and you don't need much else other than a crazy lipstick; it makes you feel good but doesn't cover up who you are," she previously revealed to British magazine Glamour. "Pink is my favourite colour, so the Viva Glam lipstick was always going to be the hottest, brightest pink possible. I obsessively created this shade and kept going back and forth, but it had to be the colour that was most me."

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